K N Interstate Gas Transmission Co.

Second Revised Volume No. 1-A

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Effective Date: 11/01/1994, Docket: RP94-397-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 64 First Revised Sheet No. 64 : Superseded

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 64

 

RATE SCHEDULE NNS - continued

 

3.6 PRIMARY DELIVERY POINT(S). Primary Delivery Point(s) are those

delivery points to which the Shipper desires firm service and which

are set forth in the Service Agreement. The volume specified for a

Primary Delivery Point shall not exceed the available firm capacity

at that point.

 

3.7 SECONDARY DELIVERY POINT(S). A Shipper holding FT service may

nominate from any number of Secondary Delivery Points. The sum of

the nominated quantities at all Primary and Secondary Delivery

Points, less fuel reimbursement and other deductions, shall not

exceed the MDTQ of the Agreement on any given day.

 

3.8 NOMINATIONS AT PRIMARY OR SECONDARY DELIVERY POINT(S). Shippers

served under this FT Rate Schedule may nominate at either primary

or secondary delivery points. Nominations at secondary points will

interrupt IT service if necessary in order to secure sufficient

capacity to meet the firm service requirements. However,

interruption shall not occur until Transporter has given IT service

customers 24-hour notice.

 

3.9 MAXIMUM STORAGE QUANTITY. The Maximum Storage Quantity (MSQ) shall

be the maximum quantity of natural gas in MMBtu which Transporter

agrees to store for the account of Shipper. Such volume (MSQ)

shall be specified in the executed Service Agreement. Transporter

may direct Shipper to inject into Shipper's no-notice storage

account to maintain the capacity to provide the contracted level of

no-notice service.

 

a. Shipper's MSQ shall equal forty-five (45) times the Maximum

Daily Contract Quantity.